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KYBNINQ BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 10, 1806.
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S Ever?ii? Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
TUESDAY, NOV. 10, 1890.
i'romceriniiiijnrwoiu.uB...uu,ornblo torm9 u wiu Rjvo to nny
of Hawaii reports come- of injius- nnmniinv tlmt :B nrolmmi to do-
tice, in some cases amouutuiR to
oiitrnco, beinix committed fre
quently against tho Chinese- nnd
Jnpnneso inhabitants. It is snid
fuither tlmt public ollicinls con
nive nt, whore they do not nctiely
aid in, such nets of wrong and
oppression. Tho imposition of
vexatious and unlawful conditions
upon licensed Chineso tinders
and purveyois is mentioned as
one common moans of annoyance.
Another, not unknown in Hono
lulu, is tho putting up of jobs to
secure tho conviction of Asiatic
traders and laborers for gambling
ninl illicit dealing in opium or
liquor. Some people who aio
aware of tlieso things aro appre
hensive that the Japaneso in par
ticular may ono day adopt (lis
actions reprisals in s-df defense,
from which innocent setth'ts
might sulTer as well as the agents
of tho wrongs stated. This is a
matter that tho Government should
strictly investigate. Ministor Da
mon deserves the credit of the
policy of having heads, or deputy
Loads, of bureaus pay peuodical
visitd to tho country districts of
tho group, to 600 that tho public
sun iced me boiug well and faith
fully performed. It is to bo fear
ed, however, that in many cases
the oflicial visits in pursuance of
that policy aro too much of a
"Hying" nature, and that in con
sequence tho inspection of local
situations is but snpoiiicial.
Tli rough tho llilo pioss of
late complaining suggestions havo
cmiio of tho offensive activity of
spies in that district. Tho Gov
ernment wou'd soivo the public
iuterestb bottor by leplacing its
obnoxious system of espionage
with thoiough and open inspec
tion of every branch of public sor
vioe, and abooboard investiga
tion of any manifestations of seri
oiib disaffoctiou which might ex
ist. Upon tho facts and inner
. view of things thus gained,
""lot leniedy, redress or check bo
ptou i tl 'Hid fu ml applied lie
couling to whatever sopaiato cases
Le-s than two months, it is un
derstood, romaiiiB of tho term ot
Mi. ypalding's exclusive cablo
frit iw.liidja Af ifi ti minnfimi flio
hands of this country will be onco
moio iieo tor a misinoBsiiKe me
thod of securing the desired boou
of telegraphic communication with
the outside world. It is iuciedi
blo to suppose that tho Govern
ment, haviug onco got out of that
trap into which it was deluded, ill
again nibble at the bait oll'oied by
any peculator or bet of specula
tors. WhonMr.Spalding'soir'or was
propounded, the UuLMrriN pro
dieted that it would only havo tho
effect of deferring any practical
scheme of cablo constiuction for!
tho term of the exclusive fran
chise. This prediction lms been
fulfilled. Cablo prospects nro to
day deeper in the haze of uncer
tainty than tho day when Mr.
Spalding sailed nwny with tho
franchise in his pocket. No I fi. N. 00 -10 ' W. truo M 5
sootier had that goutlomaii orga-1 'ot along same along fonco.
nittd n syndicate to manipulate tho'. ,N- R irM
J , . ., , , , foot along Himo along northwest
oliHitor, and ostensibly to sook flin 1f ,,, ,.., i.Mii.Pno t n
United States legislation upon it,
than uuother synuicato just ns
poworful to all practical intents
was foiinod-not to lay n cable,
, , . . ,. I , f . ,ik ,
however, but to 1 gh for tho yal -
uable franchise that Hawaii had
l)90n foolish enough to grant.
Tho coiisoquouca was that it was
impossible to obtain the nt'coshary
counterpart of Hawaiian legisla
tiou in tho Congress of tho
United States. So tho mutter
of a cable to thiH country wns
onco inoro relocated to the rouhn
of oft deferred hopo that makes
tho Hawaiian heart in ospoeiiil
Bick. Thore is no ronson to expect
any bottor result from further
dealings with more frauclriso
brokors. Lot tho Govornniont ,
' publish to tho world tho most fuv- I
poBU 8ub9tnutini Becurjty for tho
lavinc of n cablo within a definito
poriod. Make any applicants for
n franchise put up bonds of good
faith boforo they havo their names
inserted in the document.
Ti.n..tn;vi'm. i)i. miiit tn im
universally and woll observed this ordinate degree that he has for
year. It. lms boou a year of uu-, jnduged jn a cold rice
usual prosperity to tho industries ... . . . ,
of the country. Profound peace pudding upon lllS return home
has been enjoyed in Hawaii. Not t from his lodge. When he was
only has theio been no pestilence, J n q be Qut mQre t,an
but month after month affords a ,,.
record of mortality, in tho capital, , "Slially late he WOuld tell his
smaller than tho corresponding good wife and the Cold pud
month in ninny previous years. ' dj wfls ajways jeft Qn t,e
Formerly, when it was only; , "
the thanksgiving of tho United ' sideboard for him. The other
S ato that was obsoived, but a night he was kept out later
comparatively fow of tho people j tha1 usua, at a AaS0llic bail
gave up business aud labor to join .
ia iu observance. Now that the quel, but on returning home,
institution is mndo a Hawaiian I in the dim light left burning
one, there should bo a general jow he s jcd hjs favorite djsh
closing up of mart and workshop, I . . ., , . .
nnd the whole day bo devoted to and ate the contents. The
joyous manifestations of grati- ( next 11101 lling his wife missed
tudo to heaven for tho benefits the ' S2yen jace cojars she ha(j jeft
year has brought forth. . , . . , ,
in the starch over night, and
All of our daily contemporaries,
for reasons best known to thom-
selvos, suppressed Mr. Irwin's cor
dial oxproseiou of thanks, in his
Opera IIouso speoch, to the ladies
uud gentlemen who had prepared
the beautiful oporu.
Prince Coffco is rapidly colon
izing his territory on tho big isl
and, as will bo seen by tho census
figures elsewhere given.
Auction Sales by Jits. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
"Valuable jiouse Lots
?Iin? S-rset, opjositP tao Kawai
1 am directed by Charles M.
Cooke, executors of tho estuto of
Juliotto M. Cooke, doceasod, act
ing uudor instructions given in
the will of said Juliotto M. Cooko,
to sell nt public auction, at my
salesroom in tho city of Honolulu,
lslliud o 0ahu
On SATURDAY, Nov. Mth,
nt 12 noon of said day, tho follow
ing property being a portion of
Koyal Patent No. 1JKM, commen
cing at tho noi th corner of this
lot on lower sido of King street 1 1
junction of wooden foucoand coral
wall and running:
1 S. 57 8'B true 117 5 foot
along King street along fonoi to
i n iron pin nt tho noith angle of
gate post on noithwocil s do of
2. S. 31 00 ' Wost truo 132 feot
nlong A. I' Cooko lot along mirth
west side of dmowny to mi iron
'' a! N. 02 21 ' W true 101 ft.
nl ing A. F. Cooke lot to nn iion
pin nt fence; thence
4. N.81 10 'E. tiuo28 foot
along Ctnimborliiin lot nlong fence
(o uuulo of stnio; thenco
Ciokc homeatoad uud along fonco
to initial point.
Area 33 100 acre.
Also buildings theu-on. .
Terms cash in U. S. gold coin.
, M nt tho 0 )finR0 (j tho pur.
I Fur furthor pirtioulnrs apply to
V. M. or A. F. Cuoke.
j ,) AS. F. MORGAN,
( 155 4t Auctionoor.
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ENAMELED IRON PORTA
BLE BATH TUBS
There is a certain highly
respected citizen of Honolulu
who has a fondness for rice
pudding. He has indulged
j i r j i i
mis iononcbi lo suui anin-
' she is HOW threatening to sue
for limited divorce, not be
cause of the loss of her collars
but because her husband says
that they tasted just like her
best puddings. However, the
husband has made his peace
with his better half and there
will be no divorce, unlesss it
The way he did it was to
go to the Hawaiian Hardware
Company's store and order
one of their recently imported
Enameled Iron Portable
Brn Tubs sent home. His
good wife was so pleased that
she forgave him on the spot.
These bath tubs must be seen
to be appreciated. They are
the handsomest yet put on the
market and they are not very
expensive. Being raised from
the floor on legs like a stove
no moisture can accumulate
underneath to attract cock
roaches and beetles. These
tubs are provided with hand
some nickel-plated fittings.
To go with them we have
imported specially some nickel
plated double bath cocks for
hot and cold water with com
bination soap trays. The
beauty of this novelty is that
the hot and cold water runs
out of the same faucet, either
separately or together, and
there is no danger of scalding
your toes as so often happens
in turning on the hot water
Call and see them at
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposito Spreckels' Bank,
NO 307 FORT STREET,
that wo nro prepared nt
nil times to do your Coppor
Plnte Engrnving and Printing
on Cm ds, "Wedding and Society
Also, Fino Monogram Em
bossing, Address Dies nnd
Stamping in colors or plain.
Cards from your plato SI GO
H. F. Wichman,
Don't you noedu watch?
Ono that you can dopond
upon. Tho kind wo sell.
Wo arc selling Walthatns
in n dust proof case for
and fully warrant them in
We sell other makes,
some as low as 5.00,
others ns high us $200.00.
Our stock is so large, wo
would tnkc pleasure in
helping you to a watch at
so low a price your pocket
would not fi-ol the lift.
No pio plates sold, ut
most reliability in every
H. F. Wicknian
Operatic,Uramatic & Musical
To bo Bieu in Compliment to nnd for tUo
ltonutlt ot tho
New Hawaiian , .
. . Opera House
This Evening, NoYsrabor 10,
Will bu iRPxpntea tho Delightful
l'lecmluil by the One Act Comedy
"My Uncle's Will"
Under tho rtiKictorship of tho Talented
WM. H. LEWERS.
Thursday Evening, November 12,
THE GIUND Ol'KHA
lly Aiuntcnrn, under tho diuctiou of Ha
muli's I'riinu Dunuii,
Will bo Hepented by llequct.
pjjf" Tho Orchestra will ho under the dlicc
tlun ol I'lodeeor Merger
f37" Tho ruclpt ot IheBO verformnntes
liuo liicn Kuiiciuilly donated I)) the hullc
nnd uentkuiui liiKini; purl in Hie perform
anieB for the pmp'isu of assisting In furnish
lui: the Htie.
j:?7" I!o 1'l.ins nro now open nt Wall,
Nlrlinls it Co ' Store, Kins; Mieet, whoro
mwU e.m ho Biciirul lor mi) 01 both of the
Longtli 120, 113 nnd 00 feet. Fir Lumber,
htriiignt; tor tiuo nt n leiihounhio Huro.
CHV. Apply to the Oaliu Lumber As Jli
ing Co., Li'd., King Htioet. 450 1
Notico of Warning to tho Public.
Tho niidorsignod, iw tniHloo for Jolm
Siiumer Ellin, u minor, will not bo r-
iioiisiblo for nuy dobtH contrnoted by Hie
Leuclieinry without tho written order of
HENHV SMITH, Triisteo.
Houolulu, November 5, 18'JO. 451-41
Attention, Company B.
AllMORY COMI'ASV II, N. O. II.,
Honolulu, November 10, ls'JU. J
BEVEltY MEMlir.ll Ol' THIS CO
mpml U lieiehy oidi'itd to report
t'.ic Drill Sliiil, 'I HIS (Tucedi
r.VEMXO, Xovembir 1U, IbOd, u7
EVE11Y MEMlir.ll Ol' THIS COM
o'eloiU. foi Drill.
. A .IACOIISON.
l'j.Vlt Lleuteiinut Coiiiinaiulliig
That's all wo havo to talk about. Wo have Sporting
Shoes made by specialists; Dress Shoes, Slippers and
Boots for Ladies and Gentlemen designed by artists.
Shoes tlmt fit make pretty feet, all we need caro for
is to keep at tho head of the procession and this wo
aro doing most magnificently by selling as good
shoes as any body else, and selling them for tho most
part at lower prices than the other fellows.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Go,,
3T Exclusive Shoe Dealers. "3!
n 1 1
Lt yon aro thinking of (jotting n
Bicycle, now ia tho timo to got
ono while lliey last. This oiTor o
llAJiiiLEits at S375.00 is not acut in
price, bo don't wait oxpocting to
soo tho price coiuo any lower. Wo
tiro oll'ering 18 wheels at this J
prico and tlioro aro but a fow loft.
Thin wheal is fitted with tho
Groat Gc. Sc .7. Tire
which has proven so satisfactory
in this land of tho
Wo also havo a stock of tho 180G
v.'IiopIs both lndit'H and gonta hich
wo are oiloring at a lowliguro and
on easy terms. Como in and havo
a look at our wheals and satisfy
yourself that wo aro in tho Bicycle
Stop and think how many Nick
les and Dimos you might savo
had you a wheel. A rido to Wai-
kiki is not only a pleasure hut a
suro saving of health and strength.
You will find now vigor by tho use
of muscles novor boforo brought
WHEELS THAT LAST AND DON'T COST YOU
THEIR VALUE FOR REPAIRS.
E. 0. Hall & Son
Take an Outing
Trains will leavo at 9:15 a. ji,
nndl:15r. M., arriving in Hour
lulu nt 3:11 nnd 5:55 P. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Class 2d CI
Pearl City $ 75 $
Ewu Plantation... 1 00
Wninnao 1 50
"Vi-xn t. vj
Much of the solid silver
wnro us-id in Honolulu is
bought in San Francisco by
people visiting there because
it is cheap.
Twenty-five per cent duty
is a great deal too much to
pay and it tempts peoplo to
make purchases while thoy aro
where they may buy it
cheaper. Thoro is nothing
criminal in the transaction,
just a bit of practical econ
omy. There would havo been
no necessity for these buyers
to go abroad, if dealers were
willing to divide with their
customers. The profit is large
enough on solid waro to cut
off the twcnty-fivo per cent,
and sell it at a margin satis
factory to every ono. People
do not buy when they are
abroad because they can get
better goods, but because thoy
can get cheaper.
Thu selections made by us
are from three of the largest
factories in tho States. -"Wo
buy for cash and get tho ar
ticles cheap and will sell them
at twenty-five per cent, or
exactly the same as is charged
in San Francisco. "We have
child's sets at 0.75 and full
tea sets for n great deal more
i:a.. i i
tho (lua,lty ha.a novcr beon
surpassed in this couutrv and
tho prices have never been
Von Holt Building.
The undersigned nsignco of the entnto
of Ohook Clue i; Co., of No. 322 Nuniinu
street, requests that nil parties having
clothes mado or repaired by the above firm,
will call tor thom at MorfMu's Auction
Room previous to Wednesday. Novcm
Asnignce Estato Chock Chee & Co.
Tlfo Annual Meeting of tho Henlani
ooht and Bont Club will bo held at tho
Club House Tuesday Evening, Nov. 10th,
at 7:H0 p. ra. Election of olflcors and
hiibiuoss of other importance will be
'H -l .beorotary.
Annual Meeting Notice.
Tho Annual Meeting of Wilder's Steam
ship Conipauy, Limited, will be htld nt
tho Company's Offlte in Honolulu, Mon.
day, Nov. 10th lbOG, nt 10 o clock n. in
WILDER'S STEAMaiUl- 0 )., L'l)
''i lf"hi Bcerotaiy pro. tern.
Honolulu, November 0th, IS'JO. 451-Ut
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